Ours (mid-western United States) was about the headship arrangement. "Presiding Over Your Household in a Fine Manner."
Too many wimpy brothers and their headstrong wives. Also, the parents let their kids (2-6 yrs old) rule the household, screaming and crying until they get their way, yelling "NO" when told to be quiet, and are disrespectful to others.
I'll admit... I agreed with the parents/children part (especially since the kids in our congregation are living terrors, I don't know many children outside the congregation who behave that disrespectfully), but even as a brother the "headship arrangement" has always bothered me. For me and my wife, it's an equal partnership, it's 50/50. Neither one of us has greater say than the other. So I guess it bothers me when either side tries taking more "authority" or "headship." I'm all about equality.